Grain and Low Sugar. The Safe Feed For Horses with Laminitis, Ulcers, Trying Up or Hyperactivity.
- Introduce into a horse’s ration gradually over 2 weeks.
- Feed in conjunction with ample forage (pasture, hay and/or chaff).
- Feed with an equal volume of chaff.
- Make clean, fresh water and salt available at all times.
- Adjust the amount fed so it is appropriate for a horse’s body fatness, stage of training, workload, pregnancy or lactation, along with the quality and quantity of forage available.
- Divide feeds into two or more smaller meals if feeding more than 0.5 kg per 100 kg of bodyweight in ‘hard feed’ per day.
- The feeding rates given here are based on the amount of feed needed to meet a horse’s vitamin and mineral requirements. If you feed below these feeding rates, vitamin and mineral deficiencies will appear in the diet and may affect health and limit reproduction or performance. To avoid this, simply add one of Pryde’s EasiBalanced Pellets to top up vitamin and mineral intakes.
Lupin Hulls, Lupins, Lucerne Leaf Meal, Canola Oil, Extruded Full Fat Soybean, Salt, Limestone Magnesium Oxide Calcium Phosphate, Pryde's Trace Mineral & Vitamin Premix for Breeding & Growing Horses, Vitamin E, Organic Chromium.